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35mJean-Jacques Taylor

Taylor: Gallo can do no wrong in MLB debut

The Rangers' top prospect had three hits, four RBIs and his first homer, leaving fans, teammates and his manager impressed.

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Dodgers rally past Rockies (0:45)
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Schaap: Sepp Blatter is seen as a crook (2:06)
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Stanton helps Marlins past Cubs (0:22)
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2hAdam Rubin

Mets' Wright eyes '15 return but unsure of when

Mets third baseman David Wright spoke for the first time since being diagnosed with a narrowing of his spinal cavity and said he is unsure of when he will return to the field this season.

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8hJohn Clayton

Clayton: Newton's deal sets the stage for Wilson

Two things will likely happen for Russell Wilson following the Cam Newton deal: His negotiations with the Seahawks will resolve more quickly, and he'll become one of the NFL's highest-paid QBs.

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9hMike Reiss

Goodell tells NFLPA he'll hear Brady's appeal

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has formally rejected the NFL Players Association's motion to recuse himself as arbitrator of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's appeal hearing June 23.

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Cromartie: Sherman product of 'LOB'

The NFL's best CB? Darrelle Revis, and it's not close, says Jets CB Antonio Cromartie. Why not Richard Sherman? He only plays one side of the field. "Go follow the No. 1 receiver," Cromartie told Sirius XM NFL Radio. Cromartie's take

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Hoiberg: 'I absolutely love this roster'
NBA 

New Bulls coach Fred Hoiberg says the versatility of Chicago's veterans will allow him to play with pace next season.

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Karl-Anthony Towns a hot commodity
Men's College Basketball 

Chad Ford: "Big men can't do things Towns can do. They're not supposed to. It's not natural. Yet, for 90 minutes, Towns keeps playing more like James Harden than Dwight Howard." Towns is No. 1 (Insider)

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Men's College Basketball 

Web Gems: Inciarte grab > Gordon catch?
MLB 

Ender Inciarte put his body on the line to make a diving catch in the D-backs' 7-6 win over the Braves. So his sell-out has to top Alex Gordon's leaping catch into the stands, right?

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D-backs rally past Braves
MLB 

The Braves staked their claim to the lead with a 5-run 6th, but A.J. Pollock lifted one into the outfield pool in Arizona to give the Diamondbacks a 7-6 win.

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Final: Padres 7, Mets 2

There must be something in the water when these two teams meet. Noah Syndergaard had his worst outing of the season, including giving up a HR to Derek Norris in the 4th, as the Padres cruised. Box score

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New year, new Cavaliers team
NBA 

Since Jan. 1, the Cavs have been a completely different team. On Dec. 31, Cleveland was 18-14, but went 35-15 the rest of the season. One key was the team's point differential, which was 3rd in the NBA after Jan. 1.

NBA 

Just like they Drew it up

The Mariners had the Yankees right where they wanted them, but Stephen Drew's double brought home Chase Headley in the top of the 9th to tie things up at 2-2 in Seattle. Can the Mariners walk it off? Follow live

Archer is sterling in Rays win
MLB 

Logan Forsythe hit a 2-run shot in the first and that was all the cushion Chris Archer needed, going 8 innings and giving up 6 hits and 1 earned while tying the Rays' franchise record for K's with James Shields (15 strikeouts). Box score

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No cycle for McCutchen

After flying out in his most recent at-bat, it looks like Andrew McCutchen will come up short. He has a single, double and triple on the night, though, and the Pirates lead the Giants 7-4 in the 8th. Follow live

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Pollock puts one in the pool

The Braves were hesitant to pitch to Paul Goldschmidt, and you can't blame them. But an intentional walk put Goldy on for A.J. Pollock, and he turned on one and sent it over the wall to give the Diamondbacks a 7-6 lead. Follow live

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